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What Is the Core of Quaker Faith?

At the end of 2013, I posted this question on Facebook, and I received an amazing string of answers. To me such an exercise is powerfully expressive of Quaker faith, which is not doctrinal but expressed in the individual experiences of those who practice. I think these answers together create a lovely poem expressive of the multitude of ways that Quakers understand and experience faith. This compiled selection was originally published on American Friends Service Committee’s Acting in Faith blog (afsc​.org/​f​r​i​e​nds). —Lucy Duncan, director of Friends relations for AFSC Continuing revelation. Humility. Truth. —Emma Churchman Unmediated access to🔒

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